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Is it possible to have the whole history (of all the site that I have been visiting) since Firefox is installed?

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  • 最近回覆由 cor-el

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I have the impression that it was possible to set how long the history of Firefox was; but now it looks like that you can maximum have a 3 months history. I do need the entire history. Please, how do you can get it?

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Firefox 4+ versions do not have a time limit for the history.
Firefox determines automatically how many pages can be kept without affecting the performance.
You can see the current value via the read-only pref places.history.expiration.transient_current_max_pages on the about:config page.

You can reset no longer used browser.history_expire_days* prefs from older Firefox versions, if you still have them, to remove them on the next start.

See Marco Bonardo's blog about this:

(edited to fix wrong pref name)

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Why is that pref read-only? How can it be changed or overridden?

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